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Inward Growth

When Truth has once entered the mind there is no getting rid of its work. It may seem to be bound and in a dungeon, yet it is not inactive. There is an undercurrent of true thought that keeps up an incessant tapping at the door of conscience and justice,…
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Editorial

The Light of ReasonDecember 1906Published MonthlyEdited by James Allen Vol. VIII. December 1st, 1906 No. 12   Many and pressing duties have delayed the publication of "The Book of Instruction," but it is ready at last, and one will be sent to each Member, Associate-Member, and Supporter of the Order…
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Editorial

The Light of ReasonNovember 1906Published MonthlyEdited by James Allen Vol. VIII. November 1st, 1906 No. 11 For some time we have been conscious of the fact that our Groups have not been doing the work for which they were originally formed, and which was set forth in an article entitled—"A…
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Separation and Darkness

Darkness is the portion of souls who have left their true orbit—the orbit which, centered in God, can expand to everlasting, or wander in the void, centered (if centered it may be called) in the dwindling orbit of the false self. But they who find freedom only in the base…
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The Art of Forgetting

'Tis sure the highest science to forget.—Pope How often we hear it said: "I can forgive an insult but I cannot forget it!" Sometimes the words are spoken regretfully as though the speaker would add, "I wish I could forget it." But oftener is there not in the thought of…
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